My Testimony at Long for Truth

A few days ago, I was interviewed on the podcast Long for Truth about my spiritual journey (and what a journey it was to say the least). If you'd like to hear it, always wondered what I sounded like, or you wonder how many times a person can say "you know" in 45-minutes time, here... Continue Reading →

The Blessing of a Blessed Wife

He who finds a wife finds a good thing and obtains favor from the LORD. [Proverbs 18:22]My church has been going through the book of Proverbs, and last Sunday touched on many of the verses dealing with marriage and finding the "perfect" spouse. This verse was cited, and while the sermon was, for the most... Continue Reading →

A Woman Who Fears the Lord

Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised. [Proverbs 31:30]I pray to the Lord with many thanks, because He has blessed me with a woman who has all three traits. And today, she has become my wife.Bless you, my darling, and I love you.

What a man wants

As this post suggested, I recently became engaged to a wonderful daughter of God. I had spent the months leading up to the proposal questioning whether or not she was the perfect woman for me, and if I would truly be happy spending the rest of my life with her. Were we a good match?... Continue Reading →

Here’s to you, Mister Wesley

The following is based off the poem "Fuzzy-Wuzzy" by Rudyard Kipling.I've read books written by men who could think,Who could turn theology into art:That Edwards and that Bunyan and that Pink;But John Wesley was the first to win my heart.The world was his pulpit from which he preachedSo it was from the day his heart... Continue Reading →

Dedicated to a Daughter of God

This post is dedicated to a special woman in my life. Today, April 26, is her birthday, so I thought this would be as good a day as any to write this. I won't say her name because she knows who she is, and most of those who know me in real life know who... Continue Reading →

When Christians Trust in an Arm of Flesh

As the American election season draws closer and closer to voting day, I find that I seem to have a problem bonding with brothers and sisters who are more politically motivated that I am. Usually the conversation goes something like this:Person: "Oh wow! You have to look more into this candidate! They're so amazing! They're... Continue Reading →

Of Cats and Providence

Early last week, I received word from family members that Kitty, the family cat, had died. Those who have read my blog posts already know Kitty, as I used him as a subject to make LOLcat-style images here and over at the Sola Saturated blog here. Some might also remember that in a post on... Continue Reading →

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